Starting Aug. 15, the National Aquatics Center in Beijing has resumed public visits and tour services, marking a full business resumption of the dual-Olympic venue after its phased reopening since July.
To pass on the Olympic spirit and showcases the dual-Olympic legacy to the public, the venue's ground floor, competition hall, the commercial district in the southern area, and other facilities began receiving guests as of Monday.
An exhibition commemorating the support of Hong Kong, Macao, and Taiwan compatriots who helped build the venue has also opened for public visits.
Tickets for touring activities cost 30 yuan per person, with purchasing and appointment scheduling services currently available via the venue's official WeChat account. Visitors with annual passes or those with half-price discounts or free access can make reservations on site.
In accordance with the city's epidemic prevention and control requirements, the daily visitor flow of the venue has been capped at 75% of full capacity. Before entering the venue, visitors are required to complete health status registration, undergo a body temperature check, present a negative nucleic acid test result received within 72 hours prior to the visit, and wear face masks.
Senior citizens and children with difficulty accessing smartphones should have their health status checked by their guardians, while also providing a negative nucleic acid test result received 72 hours prior to visitation.